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Acer Iconia with dual screen set to release in January


If you haven’t already heard about the Acer Iconia, then you are about to now. It is a pretty cool dual screen notebook. It is a machine that is responsive to touch and it eliminates traditional controls. You won’t see the usual deal of a touchpad and keyboard here. Instead you are going to be treated to two displays. The impressive 14 inch screens can seamlessly play 720p HD media. They are perfectly capable of working independently, so you can dabble in some internet surfing while watching a movie. You can make use of all 10 fingers to control this baby. The bottom screen can play the role of a convenient virtual keyboard. The specs feature Intel Core i5 CPUs (i5-480M/i5-560M/i5-580M with3 MB L3 cache, 2.66/2.66/2.66 GHz with Turbo Boost up to 2.93/3.20/3.33 GHz), 4GB RAM and Intel HD Graphics with 128 MB of dedicated system memory. It has enough space with 750 GB to store all your data. It will cost you £1499. However, you will have to wait till 15 January when it launches in the UK.


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